Treasure Island

laxami Cards


Place


all aboard to the synergy we go
chance of meeting is quite faint
perpetual bliss unmistakable
making history in every moment
going to paradise eventually
dramatic endless life
choice of this or that
casual playfulness
remarkable impending sensations
all aboard to the synergy we go
cadillac of carpets
flying above the orchids
perpetual bliss
transformation realized
day in day out always awake
delicate as a flower
but hard as a stone
no further do we go
coal is real as a diamond
dreams are real
synergy to epitome of bliss

Submitted: Wednesday, July 23, 2014

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